Moral Character Integrity: This involves maintaining high standards of personal conduct. It consists of attributes such as honesty, impartiality, trustworthiness, and abiding by laws, regulations, and procedures. It includes: Honesty Impartiality Trustworthiness Protection of Confidential Information Moral/Ethical Behavior Impulse Control / Attention to Safety: Avoiding impulsive and/or unnecessarily risky behavior to ensure the safety of oneself and others. It includes thinking before acting, taking proper precautions, keeping one’s impetuous, knee-jerk reactions in check, and behaving in conscious regard for the larger situation at hand. Safe Driving Practices Attention to Safety Impulse / Anger Control Substance Abuse and Other Risk Taking Behavior: This involves engaging in behavior that is inappropriate, self damaging, and with potential adverse impact on the agency, and includes alcohol and drug abuse, domestic violence, sale of drugs and gambling. Handling Stress and Adversity Stress Tolerance: Maintaining composure, particularly during time critical emergency events and other stressful situations, weathering negative events and circumstances and maintaining an even temperament and positive attitude. Accepting criticism without becoming overly defensive or allowing it to hamper behavior or job performance. Positive Attitude and Even Temper Stress Tolerance and Recovery Accepting Responsibility for Mistakes Confronting and Overcoming Problems, Obstacles, and Adversity: This involves willingness and persistence in confronting problems and personal adversity. It includes taking control of situations, as necessary and demonstrating hustle and drive in reaching goals. Work Habits Conscientiousness: Diligent, reliable, conscientious work patterns; performing in a timely, logical manner in accordance with rules, regulations, and organizational policies. Dependability / Reliability Personal Accountability and Responsibility Safeguarding and Maintaining Property, Equipment, and Belongings Orderliness, Thoroughness, and Attention to Detail Initiative and Drive General Conscientiousness Interactions with Others Interpersonal Skills: This involves interacting with others in a tactful and respectful manner, and showing sensitivity, concern, tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness in one’s daily interactions. Social Sensitivity Social Interest and Concern Tolerance Social Self Confidence / Persuasiveness Teamwork Intellectually Based Abilities Decision Making and Judgment: The ability to make timely, sound decisions, especially in dangerous, pressure filled situations, and/or where information is incomplete and/or conflicting. Able to size up situations quickly to determine appropriate action. It also involves the ability to sift through information to glean that which is important and, once identified, to use that information effectively. Situation / Problem Analysis Adherence to Policies & Regulations Response Appropriateness Response Assessment Learning Ability: Ability to comprehend and retain a good deal of information, to recall factual information, and to apply what is learned. Communication Skills: Ability to make oneself understood, both orally and in writing. Wildlife Officer Career Topics Introduction Compensation Qualifications Application Process Frequently Asked Questions about the Hiring Process P.O.S.T Job Dimensions Warden Academy Possible Concerns about a Warden Career Employee Bargaining Contracts(opens in new tab) Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.